About your Search

20120601
20120630
SHOW
Hannity 90
Today 86
( more )
STATION
FOXNEWSW 515
MSNBCW 496
FOXNEWS 487
MSNBC 468
CNNW 453
CNN 385
WRC (NBC) 210
CURRENT 181
CSPAN 170
KGO (ABC) 166
WUSA (CBS) 158
WJLA (ABC) 157
WTTG 141
WBAL (NBC) 137
KPIX (CBS) 132
CSPAN2 113
( more )
LANGUAGE
English 5707
Spanish 120
Search Results 0 to 49 of about 5,827 (some duplicates have been removed)
last word" with lawrence o'donnell. have a good one. >>> tonight, mitt romney has finally taken a definitive position on mousetraps. >> they told me you all were fired up. they were right. >> the intensity of the conservative side of politics is now stronger than the liberal. >> the -- this election will be closer than the last one. that we can count on. >> the battle of the bundlers. >> the mad cash for campaign cash. >> the cash dash. >> romney and the lnc outraise the president. >> team romney is outflanking that of team obama. >> mitt romney appears to have bested the president. >> they were raking it in in texas last night. >> texas is the home of republican money. >> bringing in nearly $77 million last month. >> outdistancing the $60 million raised by president obama and the dnc. >> we're going to get this done. >> any time an elected official challenges a core constituency, we should pause and give them credit. >> falling off message for the republicans. >> smack in the face of mitt romney. >> he doesn't have the courage to do that. >> mitt romney is presiding over a repu
that bainy day feeling again. mitt romney says over and over again, he's going to get tough on china. sounds good but today's "washington post" reports bain capital invested in firms that specialized in outsourcing jobs to china. romney and bain capital, this story not going away. also, if you were to judge mitt romney and president obama's speeches to latino officials on reaction alone, it would be a slam dunk win for the president but the big question for team obama, can they translate the enthusiasm we saw today into votes? plus the jury now has the sandusky case butt jurors don't know the two latest explosive pieces of news about this matter. and the debate over attorney general eric holder and fast and furious has moved from the right wing fringe. why has the republican leadership been treating this story like kryptonite? and let me finish with my homemade solution on obesity question. >> mitt romney frequently says he'll stand up to china and hope bring jobs back home from overseas. a damn being if you newreport from the "washington post" lays out clearly just how invested bain capital
credit. >> falling off message for the republicans. >> smack in the face of mitt romney. >> he doesn't have the courage to do that. >> mitt romney is presiding over a republican party that's drafted too far to the right. >> i'm not sure i would have been successful as a candidate. >> governor romney, his position changes by the day. >> almost like an etch a sketch. >> flip flopped on almost everything. >> top ten subject lines of mitt romney's e-mail. number eight, reminder, it's been over a month since you purchased a cadillac. number six, 20% off at beach house car elevators.com. number three, it's newt -- are you getting my messages? >>> today in missouri, mitt romney rose in support of better mousetraps. >> where our vision believes in ingenuity of the american people. his vision trusts the wisdom of political appointees and boards and commissions and czars. it's a world of federal mandates and waivers, tax credits, subsidies, federal grants, loan guarantees. business models based on building a better mousetrap will give way to those who seek the right mix of government subsidies
to discuss mitt romney's economic record as governor of massachusetts. mitt romney supporters attempted to shout down the speakers during the event, which took place in front of the massachusetts state house. this is just over 30 minutes. >> good morning. thank you for being here. my name is pat hazarddad. i'm the speaker pro tem of the house of representatives. it's so interesting to see people here who don't agree with us. and to see the props that they are using. bubbles, bubbles that were just like the promises that mitt romney made to us. filled with nothing and immediately broken. i'm here as a former middle school teacher and the former chair of the committee on education. mitt romney either didn't care what it takes or he just didn't want to do it. because his record as governor proves, and i know firsthand, that his view of education was that it was a luxury and not an economic engine for improvement. under mitt romney, who wanted to change the total way that we provided education, he wanted to privatize two of our most important colleges. he wanted to tell people that it was a
like kryptonite? and let me finish with my homemade solution on obesity question. >> mitt romney frequently says he'll stand up to china and hope bring jobs back home from overseas. a damn being if you newreport from the "washington post" lays out clearly just how invested bain capital was in companies that outsourced jobs, including to china. "during the nearly 15 years that romney was actively involved in running bain, it owned companies that were pioneers in the practice of sifing work from the united states to oversea call centers and factories, according to the sec. bain has already been an issue. the charges of vulture capitalism. in the beltway you hear people say they didn't play so well but in mid america you get different reaction. what will be the reaction to this? >> mitt romney doesn't want to go beyond to discuss what he did at bain. they have had some success in the swing states doing this. romney is going to have to establish a difference in his experience in the private sector, which was not about creating job, it was about increasing profits and lowering the cos
romney and steven rattner, president obama's former car czar. then is, tuesday's wisconsin recall election a preview of the presidential race? we will ask our sunday panel about the possibility of traditionally blue states may flip to red in november. and our power player of the week. working to attract new generations to the father of our country. all right now on "fox news sunday." >> chris: and hello again from fox news in washington. the economic news friday was grim. employers added the fewest jobs in a year and the stock market wiped out all of the gains it had made in 2012. how does this reshape the presidential race? we'll talk with a former advisor to president obama in a moment but first we welcome ed gillespie, is senior advisor to mitt romney and good to have you back, ed. >> good to be back. thank you. >> let's start with the jobs picture for the first two months of 2012. job growth averaged 267,000 jobs a month for the last three months it averaged 96,000 with just 69,000 jobs created in may. question, what does governor romney think is the problem? >> the problem is
in a moment but first we welcome ed gillespie, is senior advisor to mitt romney and good to have you back, ed. >> good to be back. thank you. >> let's start with the jobs picture for the first two months of 2012. job growth averaged 267,000 jobs a month for the last three months it averaged 96,000 with just 69,000 jobs created in may. question, what does governor romney think is the problem? >> the problem is this administration and this president's policies are hostile to job creators and we see that on any number of fronts whether it is the excessive regulations and mandates. the mandate in the president's healthcare bill alone was estimated to cost 850,000 jobs in the economy by the congressional budget office. look at the keystone pipeline decision which would have had an immediate impact on job creation. the proposed tax increases on job creators. this is a hostile environment for job creation in our economy and that is why frankly it adds a sense of urgency in terms of this year's election to be able to turn things around because the only thing that is going change it are changing the p
. consider, for instance, the real romney. that's another twitter account that's live right now. even though it has mitt romney's picture on it and mitt romney's name and it says the real romney, the real romney is not real. the presumed republican nominee is not, for example, tweeting about who let the dogs out. this is satire. the joke depends on you being smart enough to catch on, and it's funnier because it says, i'm real, i'm real, when it's plainly not real. when people say they are the authentic something online now, when people call themselves real online now, are we at a point where that can still be an authentic assertion, or is it always a joke now? it's important in practical terms sometimes. for example, to cover a recent political story, some researchers on this show took the good part of a day once trying to figure out how real this youtube account was. rebecca for real, it's called. it says real in that it's rebecca for real, but it's also kind of unbelievable. >> hi, everybody, rebecca here. i'm in the global warming today poisoning the world with my breath. no, it doesn't s
matthews. leading off tonight, here comes that bainy day feeling again. mitt romney says it over and over again. on day one, he's going to get tough on china. sounds good, but today's "washington post" reports that romney's bain capital invested in firms that specialized in outsourcing jobs to countries like, you guessed it, china. just wait for that little morsel to make it to an obama ad near you. romney and bain capital. this story not going away. also, if you were to judge mitt romney and president obama's speeches to latino officials on reaction alone, it would be a slam-dunk win for the president. but the big question for team obama, can they translate the enthusiasm that we saw today into votes? plus, the jury now has the sandusky case, but the jurors don't know the two latest pieces of news about this matter. and the debate over attorney general eric holder and fast and furious has moved from the right wing fringe to the front pages. the conservative base is thrilled, so why has the republican leadership been treating this story like it's kryptonite? and let me finish tonight with
the tax cuts. >> it that's not what we remember you for. >> mitt romney makes an economic pitch to hispanic voters. >> we're a patriotic people. we love this country. >> republicans say one thing two latino voters in spanish. >> it's awkward when he tries to speak spanish. >> it's the same pitch he makes to women voters. >> i met a guy yesterday, seven feet tall. i figured he had to be in sport, but he fwhunt sport. >> sport? that's what i'm supposed to say. >> i think he'd be better off speaking french to latinos. >> isn't he supposed to be the tough, smart business manager? >> oh, say, does that star-spangled banner yet wave. >> claiming to hit a triple. >>> as the stock market headed for its biggest gains of the year today, president obama headed to los angeles to attend a fundraiser that had to move to a larger venue because the demand for tickets was so high following the president's announcement that he supports marriage equality. the event at the beverleyly willshire hotel, which is within walking distance from where i sit in this studio at this moment, although no angeli
nationwide. and plus, mitt romney's massachusetts record. the obama campaign calls it one of the worst in the country. is it? and how does it compare to the president? all that and the truth behind the male-female wage gap and democratic attempts to exploit it. tonight, we tell wisconsin, we tell our country and tell people all across the globe that voters really do want leaders who stand up and make the tough decisions. >> welcome to the journal editorial report. i'm paul gigot. that was republican governor scott walker of wisconsin on tuesday night after surviving a union backed recall challenge. his 7 point win over milwaukee mayor tom barrett was more than the election that he won two years ago and it wasn't big labor's only's loss of the night. voters in san diego, . and joining us assistant and editorial page editor, james freeman, jason riley and washington columnist kim strassel. jason, what does it tell us, this election, about the mood of the voters? >> it tells that the voters are realists, paul. the government are facing serious problems and they're going to reward politici
mitt romney be the first president since richard nixon to beat someone so likable. a job situation so desperate the president cares more about them, it's turned out for the guy that cares less. is that the bet romney is making? does love mean never having to say you're sorry. can obama rip away at the record without hurt himself? will people like him if he gets really tough? finally, still beloved after all of these years. elizabeth has reined since london has cleaning up from the blitz, since church hill's second, and there is the queen, carrying the beauty and excellence. hi, i'm chris matthews, welcome to the show. today, john heilemann, andrea mitchell, katty kay and andrew sullivan. first up, is the country in such bad shape especially with the disastrous new jobs numbers that mitt romney can become the first president since nixon to win without being especially liked? can romney be the savior voters don't warm up to but decide they need? we know americans rate barack obama higher than mitt romney on nearly every characteristic out of a total of 18 qualities. the pollsters ask ab
romney's bus tour got underway today, and with it, someone with a sense of humor driving an suv with a fake dog strapped on top. it of course is in the side show. we begin with the president's announcement. howard fineman is with the "huffington post" and maria is here from politico, both are msnbc political analysts. let me get you caught up by hearing exactly what was said first by the president on this matter. the president had the following to say when he made this announcement in the rose garden. >> effective immediately, the department of homeland security is taking steps to lift the shadow of deportation from these young people. over the next few months, eligible individuals who do not present a risk to national security or public safety will be able to request temporary relief from deportation proceedings and apply for work authorization. this is a temporary stopgap measure that lets us focus our resources wisely while giving a degree of relief and hope to talented, driven, patriotic young people. it is the right thing to do. >> and then late this afternoon, mitt romney
to allow governor romney to win the state of pennsylvania. done. >> you know, not only did he say it out loud that it will allow their candidate to win, this new voter requirement that requires the rather difficult efforts like going out and if you're 80 years old and finding some place to get an i.d. card made by the government with a picture on it and then they applaud the guy. this wasn't any secret. all those republicans in that room, republican activists and party regulators were cheering a guy who had just said we did this thing to win an election. not to stop fraud. >> no surprise on our side of the aisle there, chris. we knew all along this was nothing more than a republican scheme to attempt to win and to tip the scales, but having said that, we have a very good ground game. we were prepared this year like every year to bring out the vote with a better ground game than our opponents. as we implement that this fall, we will remind folks who may with affected by this decision, this new law of what they need to do and will help them achieve the credentials needed if necessary. >> p
>>> in ohio today, if you wanted romney plan, you had to listen to the obama speech. >>> swing state showdown for president obama and mitt romney. >> doing speeches on the economy. >> the crucial battleground state of ohio. >> the next president of the united states. >> thank you. >> the president of the united states. >> thank you! >> dueling messages for our nation's economic future. >> i won't call it a back alley brawl. >> in the same state, on the same day. >> president obama is on the other side of the state. >> i think you deserve a real debate. >> today he's going to talk about how he's going to really give a boost to energy. >> two fundamentally different views. >> he wants voters to see this election as a choice election. >> a choice. >> that debate starts with an understanding of where we are and how we got here. >> our pro growth policies are working for all americans. >> repercussions of the bush recession. >> these tax cuts are doing exactly what we expected. >> for the wealthiest americans, it worked out really well. >> oh, really? >> prosperity never trickled do
and in particular the republican complete and the suggestion is that this may be a help to mitt romney, if he has the right message. >> paul: but, kim, this is the interesting thing to me. the democrats had been talking about their ground game for months and weeks, okay? and everybody knew they were investing in a lot of money. the big surprise, at least to me the republican turnout. what have they been doing to match the democrats? this was a collaboration between the committee and the g.o.p. they opened two more offices and put together a voter list and called 4 million voters in the state had an amazing turnout operation on the dayment one of the fascinating things was the incredible support that the republican got in the eastern parts of wisconsin where you need that huge turnout to equal out some of the more liberal turnout in some of the big cities and he did that, more than 70% of the vote in a lot of the counties. very interesting, and what about the money, take out the money and the democrats would have won. >> the money is not that great considering the organizing activity and some of t
romney and other republicans elected. how rare it is when the perpetrator of a political scheme confesses its political nature and that's what majority leader mike turzai did this weekend. he blew the cover. he admitted the whole scheme was to win. let's get to this leader and this plan to kill off the older voters. pat murphy served as democratic congressman for pennsylvania's 8th district. gentlemen, thank you for joining us. just to set the table at the republican state committee meeting in hershey, pennsylvania, house republican leader championed legislation republicans had passed and then came out with what a lot of democrats had been say iing for while. when he seemed to confirm, damn it, he did confirm suspiciouses that pennsylvania's new voter i.d. law is not about stopping fraud, it's about stopping president obama. let's listen to the guy give it all away. >> we are focused on making sure that we meet our obligations that we've talked about for years. pro second amendment. first pro-life legislation, abortion facility regulations in 22 years. done. voter i.d., which is going to
with outsourcing jobs at mitt romney's bain capital. salon's joan walsh is an msnbc and political analyst and michael shear is the white house correspondent for "time" magazine. mitt romney frequently says that he'll stand up to china and help bring jobs back home from overseas. but that wasn't always the case. a damning new report from "the washington post's" tom hamburger today lays out clearly just how invested romney's firm bain capital was in companies that outsourced jobs, including to china. quote, during the nearly 15 years romney was involved in running bain, it owned companies that were pioneers in the practice of shipping work from the united states to overseas call centers and factories making computer components. according to the filings, with the s.e.c., the securities and exchange mission. michael, is this going to stick? i ask that question because bain has been an issue. the charges of vulture capitalism in the beltway, you hear people say they didn't play well, yet out in middle america, and in focus groups, i think you get a different reaction. what will be the reaction
it to grow. >> mitt romney who this week clinched the nominee sees an opening. >> the president always has someone to blame. the truth is the job of the president is to get america back to work. >> sure it is about the economy but president obama wants to make it about governor romney's record in massachusetts. this week current governor deval patrick and governor of ohio, john kasich. patrick and kasich square off. and then analysis from our round table on the state of the campaign. with us kevin madden and from the senator for america progress neera tanden. finally, would this outburst from an illinois legislator more than just a youtube moment. >> you should be ashamed of yourself. i'm sick of it. >> beyond the screaming, the problem with our politics and with washington in this election year as seen by bill bradley, author of the book, "we can all do better." >>> from nbc news in washington, "meet the press" with david gregory. >> if you needed a reminder about how important the economy was we got it on friday. worst day for the stock market in 2012 after the jobs report came out. how
governor romney's record in massachusetts. this week current governor deval patrick and governor of ohio, john kasich. patrick and kasich square off. and then analysis from our round table on the state of the campaign. with us kevin madden and from the senator for america progress neera tanden. finally, would this outburst from an illinois legislator more than just a youtube moment. >> you should be ashamed of yourself. i'm sick of it. >> beyond the screaming, the problem with our politics and with washington in this election year as seen by bill bradley, author of the book, "we can all do better." >>> from nbc news in washington, "meet the press" with david gregory. >> if you needed a reminder about how important the economy was we got it on friday. worst day for the stock market in 2012 after the jobs report came out. how did it play over the weekend? not well if you are in chicago and running the obama campaign. 69,000 jobs lost, questions over the economy lagging and fears over what is going on in europe. that ask where the debate is as we move forward. here with me this morning demo
last word with lawrence o'donnell." have a great night. >>> mitt romney has 141 days left in his attempt to become president of the united states without ever answering a single specific question. >> effective immediately, the department of homeland security is taking steps to lift the shadow of deportation. >> the hot topic of immigration. >> immigration. >> immigration. >> immigration. >> immigration. >> is still center stage. >> it is the right thing to do. >> the announcement clearly put mitt romney on the defensive. >> romney on the defensive. >> i think it was a brilliant move by the president. >> mitt romney missed an opportunity to show some leadership. >> well, let's step back and look at the issue. >> mitt romney should have a straight answer on that. it's a basic issue in this campaign. >> republicans don't really have a position right now. >> would you repeal this? >> we'll look at that setting as we reach that. >> shouldn't he be able to answer that? >> he's unwilling, at this point, to be specific. >> he's afraid to say where he stands. >> there's got to be more the
agenda-- or lack thereof-- and romney's business record sent the campaign temperatures soaring. mitt romney looked for a new recipe to counter of president's promise not to deport the children of some illegal immigrants. >> i don't want to rush this. this is so much fun. >> schieffer: after a brief stumble, the president got his mo-jo back as the two candidates went hard after the hispanic vote. ( speaking spanish ) was prouding the opportunity with a temporary measure the right thing to do? i think it was. >> schieffer: then why did you wait until now, asked romney. >> he did nothing to advance a permanent fix for our broken immigration system, nothing. instead, he failed to act until facing a tough reelection and trying to secure your vote. >> schieffer: well, why did your company put all those people out of work, shot back the obama side, in a withering new ad. >> mitt romney made over $100 million by shutting down our plant and devastated our lives. >> schieffer: which gives us plenty to talk about with texas governor rick perry, former moapt governor tim pawlenty, the man many s
. [ laughs ] >>> way back last week, mitt romney planned to just talk about the economy on his swing state bus tour, while relying on senator marco rubio to pretend to be working on a legislative dream-like fix of romney's problem with the latino vote, but then on friday, president obama said this. >> over the next few months, eligible individuals who do not present a risk to national security or public safety will be able to request temporary relief from deportation proceedings and apply for work authorization. >> the very next day, mitt romney taped an interview with bob schieffer, which included a very predictable question. >> would you repeal this order if you became president? >> well, let's step back and look at the issue. >> well, what would you do about it? >> well, as you know, he was president for the last 3 1/2 years and did nothing on immigration. >> but would you repeal this? >> well, it would be overtaken by events, if you will, by virtue of me putting in place a long-term solution. >> i won't keep on about this, but just to make sure that i understand, would you leave this i
the policies of the last decade another try, then you should vote for mr. romney. >> for the president, a major economic speech in ohio. for romney, a made for tv bus tour through the battle ground. which one is swaying independent voters? the debate here this morning chlt with us, senior white house adviser david plouffe. and the gop's nominee four years ago, senator john mccain. plouffe and mccain this morning. then our political roundtable breaks down how the obama and romney campaigns are waging the fight. overcoming setbacks, and summer strategies. with us, senior political analyst for "time" magazine, mark halperin. former democratic congressman harold ford. editorial boa member of "the wall street journal," kim strassel. presidential historian doris kearns goodwin. and associate editor of "the washington post," as well as author of the new biography out this week titled "barack obama: the story," david marinous. and finally on this father's day, a big leaguer's memories about his own dad's greatest lesson. anything is possible. >> my dad used to say to me, you know, jim, what's taken awa
Search Results 0 to 49 of about 5,827 (some duplicates have been removed)